The Wildest Waterparks on Earth

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There is absolutely no better way to beat the summer heat than hitting a water park. There’s a ton to choose from all across the globe, and we’ve taken on the task of detailing the 15 best waterparks out there.

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Everyday Objects turned into Playful Images by Christoph Niemann

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Berlin-based illustrator, graphicdesigner and author Christoph Niemann created a bunch of humorous, minimalistic illustrations out of everyday objects.

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These World Cup Hot Dogs Will Fill You with National Pride and Heartburn

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Even if you can’t attend World Cup matches in person, you can still enjoy good stadium food and the comfort of your own couch. Grill up some hot dogs and turn on the TV set. But if you can make it to Brazil, visit the WDOG food seller. It created these elaborate hot dogs inspired by the flags and traditional foods of competing countries.

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Children’s Hilariously Inappropriate Spelling Mistakes

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Kids are a never-ending source of joy – if not for their boundless energy and joy, then for the hilarious and obliviously inappropriate things that they say and do. These images are hilarious because of the fact that the kids probably have no idea just how raunchy they’re being.

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Hysterically funny Restaurant Names from all over the World

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Some hysterically funny restaurant names from all over the world – If you could eat at anyone of these restaurants which one would you choose?

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“Food Quotes” – If Your Food Told the Brutal Truth by David Olenick

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Designer and illustrator David Olenick is the artist behind a series of the food quote illustrations that get to the meat of how we really think and feel about food. His witty images are simple and they get right to the point.

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World Cup Tourists Take Selfies With Toothy Suarez Ad

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An advertisement on Brazil’s Copacabana Beach is getting more attention than its creators ever intended.

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Safari Wedding in Zimbabwe

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The Reedit user Corey Perkins, became famous on the Internet due to his post about his recent wedding that took place in a safari park.

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Funny Awkward Greeting Cards by Emily McDowell

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The illustrator, designer and self-professed “truth-teller” Emily McDowell only really busted out into the art scene in January 2013, when she created a funny Valentine’s Day card, put it on Etsy and then had it go viral after Etsy featured it on their Facebook page.

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Scarcity Mindset: What It is and Why You Should Avoid It

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When you have a scarcity mindset – which is based on fear – you may suffer a variety of emotions, ranging from anger, anxiety, worry and stress. These feelings are never good. You believe there is never enough money to go around, you believe everything around you is permanent, and your language always contains the words, I can’t or I don’t have enough.

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Water Hoverboard

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Marty McFly predicted one in 2015, but it´s here early! Meet the next evolution in watersports – the Water Hoverboard!

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1000 People in Copenhagen eat 1000 Ghost Chilies at the same Time

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Last week in Copenhagen, a large crowd gathered to collectively hurt themselves for this amusingly masochistic video. Individually wrapped ghost peppers — a chili pepper that’s about 100 times hotter than a jalapeno — were passed out, and then everyone bit in at the same time.

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Boring Neighborhood Watch Signs Pimped With Movie And TV Characters

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Artist Andrew Lamb updated Toronto’s “neighborhood watch” signs to make them noticeable again and maybe even more effective. The signs are scattered around the area warning potential criminals that, in theory, no one is going to let them get away with their troublemaking. But the problem is the signs have been there forever and everybody is used to the, so they essentially mean nothing. Add to that, that the original white-on-white logo was nondescript and boring in the first place. But not anymore. With his edits to the signs, Lamb reminds passersby, whether potential rabble-rousers or not, that this neighborhood really is being watched by Bruce Willis, Scully & Mulder, Bill Cosby and more.

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Eating with the Chefs

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The award–winning food photographer and founder of the cult favorite Fool magazine invites you to pull up a chair and join the intimate family meals at some of the world’s finest restaurants, including Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Chez Panisse, Roberta’s, wd–50, Attica, Mugaritz, Maison Pic, Noma, Osteria Francescana, St. John, and The French Laundry.

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“ART IN THE EATS” – Pop Culture Food Art by Tisha Cherry

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Instagram is known for foodies documenting their favourite dishes, but Tisha Cherry raises the bar for artistic food pictures with her project #ArtintheEats. She uses liquids like coffee and soy sauce to create ink paintings, sculpts the cream in Oreo cookies to create bas-relief, and uses M&Ms as mosaic tiles. These images show a wide variety of pop culture icons.

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